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    ... s'what the sheep botherer at work seems to think!

    He's not happy lol

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    lol who ever comes available they have, It's like a child stealing everone else's toys except the toys are of a low poor quality


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    Poetic justice would be our hated local rivals signing one of our most unpopular ex players.

    Hope he's as rubbish and uninspired for them as he was for us.


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    Hasn't Marlon King been good everywhere else but here? His saving grace is the goal he scored in the West Ham game after Sir Brian died. Naturally, I hope he does badly at the shaggers.


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    He did do well at Watford; to be fair... however he's now got a knackered knee...


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    He wont leave Wigan imo.

    Although on sheeps website it says 3 new signings lined up.


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    Rob Hulse for 2mil aswell as a midfielder to replace pearson whos going to brum.

    2 mil for Hulse seems a tad expensive


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    Quote Originally Posted by redforevermj
    Rob Hulse for 2mil aswell as a midfielder to replace pearson whos going to brum.

    2 mil for Hulse seems a tad expensive
    2 million Zimbabwean dollars for Hulse would be a tad expensive.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnits
    He did do well at Watford; to be fair... however he's now got a knackered knee...
    Agreed, they're welcome to him.

    He's done fuck all at Wigan.


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    Commons will be happy.

    It will take the heat off him when he revisits Trentside!

    Assuming he doesnt have tight hamstrings that week of course.


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    Quote Originally Posted by B Block Red
    Commons will be happy.

    It will take the heat off him when he revisits Trentside!

    Assuming he doesnt have tight hamstrings that week of course.
    He'll probably have haemorrhoids instead...only it'll be genuine.


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    Agh,D*rby are actually beginning to make some good signings now.Thomas Gravesen is being strongly linked with them now.


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    The worrying thing is how many of our former players always manage to score against us?


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    Quote Originally Posted by B Block Red
    Commons will be happy.

    It will take the heat off him when he revisits Trentside!

    Assuming he doesnt have tight hamstrings that week of course.
    Nothing will take the heat of that twat.

    Not even SHJ's cowboy hat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by B Block Red
    Commons will be happy.

    It will take the heat off him when he revisits Trentside!

    Assuming he doesnt have tight hamstrings that week of course.
    Commons will get substantially more stick, based on how he left.


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    Quote Originally Posted by stuart60677
    Commons will get substantially more stick, based on how he left.
    Have did the booing of the Stoke fans affect him when he first went back to their place after signing for us? I know he went off "injured" just after half time but I wasn't there so I don't know whether it had a negative effect or not.

    Don't suppose anyone in attendance remembers?


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    I heard this one today from the same person I heard 'Commons to Derby' months ago.

    Derby can help themselves to as many ex Forest players as they wish so when they all play together they'll be heading down the league quicker than two jiggles of a jackrabbit's ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T.B.T.
    I heard this one today from the same person I heard 'Commons to Derby' months ago.

    Derby can help themselves to as many ex Forest players as they wish so when they all play together they'll be heading down the league quicker than two jiggles of a jackrabbit's ass.*
    Radio Derby sports desk at 17.30 said that Derby County was on the verge of signing Rob Hulse, but appeared to have missed out on Marlon King. As to King's possible destination the report did not elaborate.


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    Default Re: Derby after Marlon King?...

    Hull City I think


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    Quote Originally Posted by Baronvon
    Have did the booing of the Stoke fans affect him when he first went back to their place after signing for us? I know he went off "injured" just after half time but I wasn't there so I don't know whether it had a negative effect or not.

    Don't suppose anyone in attendance remembers?
    I went after he had a quiet natch he went off after half time with the Stoke fans chanting "Same old Commons always Injured" he then staggered off the bench heading down straight down the tunnel never to be seen again that afternoon.


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    No chance.


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    i look at the players that Derby have signed and they are some very good players but when you put a whole new team together it doesnt work just ask Rednapp, when he brought loads of new Pompey players a couple of januarys ago and in there first game they lost 5-0 to Birmingham!


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    Default Re: Derby after Marlon King?...

    Is that Portsmouth, established Premier League side who won the cup last year ? or another one with the same name that failed miserably ?


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    Default Re: Derby after Marlon King?...

    Did u ever see kingy play when he was at watford Jesus the most overated lazy bastard on the planet. Used to have such a moan about everything


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    I saw enough of that in his time at Forest to have no remaining desire to watch him for Watford.

    He seemed to get goals for the Horns though.


 

 

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